NATIONAL KITCHEN KLUTZES OF AMERICA DAY
June 13th honors those who would like to cook and be in the kitchen, but it just doesn’t seem to work well for them. After all, it is National Kitchen Klutzes of America Day.
Klutz: most commonly referred to as a clumsy person.
Kitchen Klutzes are the people who set out with the intentions of being like Gordon Ramsey or Julia Child as they open up the cookbook. As they place the mixing bowl and ingredients on the counter, they imagine knife cuts as swift as Wolfgang Puck or Bobby Flay. However, reality quickly dissolves all those dreams as smoke billows from the oven, and they mistake salt for sugar. Those knife cuts turn bloody, and cookies and fingers are burnt. The Kitchen Klutz has struck, and visions of spilled milk are pitifully cried over.
It may be necessary to keep a first aid kit and fire extinguisher handy when Kitchen Klutzes are around. Be ready to call 911 and have your favorite take out ready as backup if you’re still hungry.
HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalKitchenKlutzesDay
There several ways to celebrate this humorous holiday.
- Laugh at yourself. Share your mortifying stories of kitchen failure over take out Thai or pizza.
- Give your favorite Kitchen Klutz the gift of cooking classes.
- Watch your favorite cooking flops show.
Don’t forget to share your stories and celebrations using #NationalKitchenKlutzesDay on social media.
NATIONAL KITCHEN KLUTZES OF AMERICA DAY HISTORY
National Day Calendar is researching the origins of this culinary holiday.
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